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Problem, Cause, Solution Template Outline
I. Introduction
A. Attention Getter
B. Audience Relevance
C. Speaker Credibility
D. Thesis
E. Preview
Transition to first main point
II. Body
A. Main Point 1: Problems
1.
Sub point 1: Problem 1
2.
Sub point 1: Problem 2
Transition (signpost, summary, preview)
B. Main Point 2: Causes
1.
Sub point 1: Cause 1
2.
Sub point 2: Cause 2
Transition (signpost, summary, preview)
C. Main Point 3: Solutions
1.
Sub point 1: Solution 1
2.
Sub point 2: Solution 2
Transition and signal closing
III. Conclusion
A. Restate Thesis
B. Review Main Points
C. Memorable Closer
Persuasive Speech: Save the Children
Helen Borges
INTRODUCTION
1. Attention Getter: What can you do with $70? The answer to this question may
vary depending on who you are. Many people may choose to buy a pretty dress, a
pair of shoes, a game that just came out, a huge supply of McDonald’s food… But
how many people you know can say that with only $70 they can provide education
for a girl in Afghanistan for a whole year, school fees, uniforms and supplies
included? Not many, right? Well, that’s a shame, because it’s true, and it is made
possible thanks to the hard work of the people from Save the Children.
2. Audience Relevance: According to the 2012 Census, 21 percent of children in
America live in poverty. That is 16 million children who understand all too well what
it means to go without things that may seem so simple, but are critical in a child’s
life, such as books, proper nutrition, and a place to play and learn. As Dr. Eugene
Lewit explains in his article for The Future of the Children published in 1993, poor
children encounter multiple problems during their childhood. They are more likely
than their more affluent counterparts to go hungry, to be inadequately housed and
clothed, and to receive inadequate medical care as well as insufficient social support.
Save the Children’s mission is to turn those things around, and do whatever is
possible to save the children, not only in the U.S. but all over the world.
3. Credibility: As a child, I knew all too well what it meant to “go
without”. Growing up in a third world country, it wasn’t all that rare to see myself
and my friends going without proper schooling, books, activities and even food. I
know how important those simple things are, and I can say that I know that when
you live in poverty, $50, $20 or even $10 can be the what defines whether you will
go to bed hungry or not.
4. Thesis: After listening to this speech, you will have a better understanding of the
amazing work that Saving the Children does and how a small donation can make a
big impact in the life of an impoverished child.
5. Preview of Main Points: In this speech, I will first briefly talk about the history
of Save the Children. Second, I will talk about their impact in the lives of children in
present days. Then, I will talk about how even a small donation can make such a big
difference in the lives of impoverished children not only in the U.S. but all over the
world.
Main Point #1: Save the Children has a long history of helping children around the world
when they need it most.
Sub-Point 1: Save the Children is a non-government organization that has a
mission of protecting children’s rights and providing support for children in around
120 countries worldwide. According to Save the Children’s official website, last
updated in 2014, the foundation was established in the United Kingdom in April of
1919, less than a year after the end of World War 1. More than 60 million military
personnel were mobilized for the war efforts, and the casualty rates were
staggering. With that, destruction was widespread throughout Europe, and many
children became orphans of the war. When Save the Children was created, its goal
was to provide basic needed resources, such as education, health care, and
emergency aid for those affected by the war.
Sub-Point 2: According to Save the Children’s official website, last updated in
2014, by 1921, only 2 years after it was created, they had raised over £1,000,000,
and conditions for children in Central Europe were improving due to their
efforts. The efforts of Save the Children would continue to change children’s lives
throughout history. They were highly active in helping children in need during crisis
such as the Russian Famine of 1921 when, as University of Nottingham senior
lecturer James Muckle explains in his article for The Slavonic and East European
Review, more than one hundred and twenty million meals were served to children
and millions more to adults; working with refugee children and displaced people in
former occupied Europe, including holocaust survivors after World War 2, helping
children who were affected by the Korean War, as well as becoming active in
previous colonies of the British empire after its decline.
Transition: Now that you’ve seen the amazing work Save the Children has done protecting
children and defending their rights in several countries all throughout history, I would like to
second discuss the impact Save the Children has had in recent times.
Main Point #2: Save the Children continues to come to the rescue of children in need all
around the world
Sub-Point 1: In 2010, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti, killing thousands of
people and displacing millions. According to the Save the Children website, last
updated in 2014, 1.6 million Haitians including 700,000 children were provided with
shelter materials, food and water, health care, hygiene, and sanitation. With the
Syrian civil war, thousands of children were killed and many more were
displaced. Even in such dangerous conditions, Save the children was quick to
respond, helping keep the children safe and providing basic needs such as food,
shelter, and helping the children cope.
Sub-Point 2: Save the Children has also come to the rescue of the American
children when they needed the most. In 2005, the US Gulf Coast saw widespread
devastation from hurricane Katrina, which displaced hundreds of thousands of
children. In response, Save the Children set up schools, camps, child care and
counseling center in order to provide help for those in need. In 2012, Hurricane
Sandy devastated the East Coast. In response, Save the Children mobilized every
available resource in order to protect the children affected by the disaster, providing
protection through our Child Friendly Spaces in emergency shelters.
Transition: Now that you have a better idea of the amazing work Save the Children has
done by providing quick response aiding the children in need, even in the most dangerous
situations, we will finally talk about how you can be a part of this cause
Main Point #3: When helping save the children in need, every dollar counts
Sub-Point 1: Many people share my great admiration with the great cause of
charities like save the children, however, as Pia Rebello Britto from the Yale school of
medicine explains in her book “Handbook of Early Childhood Development Research
and its Impact on Global Policy” published in 2013, over one-third of children
worldwide under five years of age still fail to achieve their full developmental
potential due to malnutrition, poverty, disease, neglect, and lack of learning
opportunities. Save the Children has done everything in their power to help children
in need throughout history, but the only reason they have been able to do so is
because of the great people who believe in their cause and donate. Many people say
“Well, I don’t have a lot of money, my donation wouldn’t make a difference”, and to
those people I say: When the cause is to save the children, every dollar makes a
difference. Those children are our future lawyers, our future engineers, our future
doctors, our future politicians. Without things such as proper education and proper
health care, those children, our future generation, will be in big trouble.
Sub-Point 2: As I said in the beginning, with only $70 dollars you can provide
education to a child in Afghanistan, uniforms, supplies and school fees included, for a
whole year. That is a tiny price for such a big impact in another person’s
life. According to the World Health Organization website last updated in 2014, about
45% of all deaths of children under 5 are linked to malnutrition. Why wouldn’t you
want to turn that around? You don’t have to donate that amount. You can donate
any amount you want. $60, $50, $20, $10 dollars can make a huge
difference. Wouldn’t you want to participate in such an amazing cause? Every
donation, large or small, is a vital part of the work Save the Children does. For even
a small amount of money, you can make a huge difference in a child’s life.
Transition and signal closing: As I conclude this speech, I hope you have a
better idea of how great is the influence of Save the Children in the lives of children
around the world.
C. CONCLUSION
Restate Thesis: After listening to this speech, you hopefully gained a better
understanding of the amazing work that Saving the Children does, and how a small
donation can much a big impact in the life of an impoverished child.
Review Main-Points: In this speech, I briefly talked about the history of Save the
Children. Then, we discussed their impact in the lives of children in present
days. Finally, we examined how even a small donation can make such a big
difference in the lives of impoverished children not only in the U.S. but all over the
world.
Closure: Save the children has been doing amazing work providing care and
protection for children in need throughout history. From World War 1, through the
Russian Famine, through the Haitian earthquake and Hurricane Katrina, save the
children has using every resource available to give children in the U.S. and around
the world what they deserve – a healthy start, the opportunity to learn and
protection from harm. With a simple donation, you can be part of this amazing
journey to save our future generation. Do you want to be a vital part of this
amazing cause? Do you want to make a difference? Then donate, because every
donation is valuable in helping children all over the world. Make a difference. Help
save the children.
References
Britto, P. R. Engle, P. L. Super , C. M. (Eds.). (2013). Handbook of early childhood
development research and its impact on global policy. New York, NY: Oxford
University Press.
Lewit, E. (1993). The Future of Children, Adoption, 3, 176-182.
Muckle, J. (1990). Saving the Russian children: Materials in the archive of Save the
Children fund relating to Eastern Europe in 1920-1923. The Slavonic and East
European Review, 68, 507-511.
Save the Children (2014) Save the Children Foundation. Retrieved
fromhttp://www.savethechildren.org/site/c.8rKLIXMGIpI4E/b.6115947/k.8D6E/Offici
al_Site.htm
U.S. Census Bureau (2012) Social, Economic, and Housing Statistics Division: Poverty.
Retrieved from http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/poverty/data/
World Health Organization (2014) MDG 1: eradicate extreme poverty and hunger. Retrieved
from http://www.who.int/topics/millennium_development_goals/hunger/en/
World Health Organization (2014) Children: Reducing Mortality. Retrieved from
http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs178/en/

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